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Top 5 Tallest And Inspiring Statues In The World

Top 5 Tallest And Inspiring Statues In The World

The statues have always been around us for centuries, but the dawn of the 20th century had brought so many revolutions and gave rise to the statues' formation. Statues are always made to honor great personalities symbolically. There are so many statues that have enough heights to attract tourists and visitors worldwide. Many tallest statues represent different iconic figures of the varied culture and races built to inspire generations. Here are the 10 top tallest and inspiring statues of the world.

Statue Of Unity

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The Statue of Unity represents Indian statesman and the activist Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the First Deputy Prime Minister and Home Minister of independent India. This statue is situated in Gujarat, India, and is considered the world's tallest statue at 182 meters.

Spring Temple Buddha

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The Spring Temple Buddha is a giant buddha statue and a lotus throne present in Henan, China. It is the second-tallest statue in the world which is 153 meters high. Its name drove from nearby springs and water whose.

Sendai Daikannon

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It's a less known statue, but it's worth mentioning in this list as it is 100 meters high in Sendai, Japan. This statue is depicting Wish-fulfilling Kannon belongs to Shingon Buddhism. You can enter the statue and reached the top through the elevator. And you can find so many other types of statues inside.

The Big Buddha

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The Big Buddha is the tallest statue in Thailand, the second-tallest statue in Southeast Asia, and the seventh-tallest in the world. It is 93 meters tall and made from concrete; It apparently looks gold though it is just painted with gold. Many remarkable sculptures in the world are fundamentally made from bronze material, which is ideal for making statues. The big buddha statue's massive height makes it visible from a far distance.

Rodina-Mat' Zovyot

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It is the tallest statue of Russia and Europe name Rodina-Mat' Zovyot, meaning Homeland-Mother Is Calling. Any real character does not inspire this statue, and it is just a woman stepping forward with a raised sword which is an allegorical image of the Motherland, calling its sons and daughters. It is 85 meters high and was considered the tallest in the world in 1967.